Transdermal Magnesium Therapy: Interview with Mark Sircus, Ac, OMD
Interview with Mark Sircus, Ac., OMD, author of Transdermal Magnesium Therapy. Host and guest discuss the importance of magnesium in human health, why it has been overlooked, and the consequences. They also explore a new replenishment strategy made possible by an all-natural magnesium chloride solution. Program length: 1 hr. 3 min.
Run time 1:03:00
December 30, 2010
Always an invested interest...
...and no matter how interesting and convincing an interview is, there is to be a slight doubt, a little suspicion about authenticity of claims and general information being conveyed (promoted?) Until a fellow clinicians or patients confirm this interview's claims, one must take care not to dive in until one is certain of the depth of truth, lest one break one's proverbial neck. Sorry Adam and Mark, but you didn't reveal your invested interest up front. That would have been in your favor.
Even so, I already know of magnesium's extensive benefits.
June 9, 2008
Ten Stars! Best Interview Ever!
I had read Dr. Mark Sircus's book, Transdermal Magnesium Therapy, so I was eager to hear this interview. I was surprised to learn new facts, and it was a pleasure to listen to exciting ideas about this new modality for health.
I recommend listening to this interview because it effectively summarizes many of the ideas presented in the book in a way that is very compelling. I have also enjoyed visiting Dr. Sircus's website (www.magnesiumforlife.com).
Dr. Sircus is a genius, or at least a hero for sharing his knowledge about the healing power of magnesium chloride. This knowledge is ignored (and even suppressed) by the medical community, despite the free availability of numerous studies showing the benefits of magnesium, according to Dr. Sircus.
I use Ancient Minerals magnesium oil from Integrated Health. This is the purest magnesium oil and is the ancient seabed form Dr. Sircus recommends. You can read more about it here:
I recommend the interview to anyone, especially if you are interested in good health. Kudos to Adam Abraham, who kept the discussion lively and asked many intriguing questions. This interview remains valuable and very relevant for human health and healing.